College of Natural Sciences Colorado State University Department of Psychology

Undergraduate Advisors

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9/27

Wednesday

3:30 PM

10/17

Tuesday

10:30 AM

10/24

Tuesday

2:30 PM

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Friday

1:30 PM

11/8

Wednesday

12:30 PM

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Friday

3:00 PM

11/13

Monday

12:00 Noon

11/30

Thursday

10:30 AM

12/4

Monday

4:00 PM

12/13

Wednesday

2:00 PM

 

To schedule a time to come (and find out times/location), please call (970) 491-3799 or come to BSB 201.


Need to meet with an Advisor?

 

Call (970) 491-3799 for an appointment!

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Advising Staff

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Kelli Gupton – Kelli.Gupton@colostate.edu – Behavioral Sciences 201 – (970) 491-2412

 

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Cassidy McLaren – Cassidy.McLaren@colostate.edu – Behavioral Sciences 201 - (970) 491-2298

 

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Samantha Sickbert – Samantha.Sickbert@colostate.edu – Behavioral Sciences 201 - (970) 491-1463

 

 

 

 

 

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Vicki Volbrecht - vicki.volbrecht@colostate.edu - (970) 491-7553

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Benefits of Academic Advising

Registration

Pre-registration is a very important activity for students at CSU and is generally conducted during April and October. It is highly recommended that all psychology majors meet with an academic advisor to update check sheets and to make sure graduation requirements are being met. Students may register for classes by RamWeb. Students also need to use RamWeb to check for your registration date, holds, etc.

Advice to New Psychology Majors

Tips and Hints from our Advisors

BMS 300 - Tips for Success!beeker

1. Study at least 2-3 hours per 1 credit of class time.  Thus, you should be studying a minimum of 8 hours per week for BMS 300 (4 credits).
2. Sign up for the optional BMS 200 recitation.
3. Attend TILT tutoring Sundays, Tuesdays, or Thursdays from 5-10 p.m. in the Great Hall.
4. Go to class, then watch Dr. Walrond’s lectures on RamCT.  This is especially helpful if you are confused during some of the class lecture.
5. Read the appropriate textbook material before each lecture, so you’re familiar with the topic area.
6. Put a “star” or “asterisk” in your notes next to the concepts you’re not understanding.  Visit Dr. Walrond’s office hours, or your TA’s office hours, to get help.
7. Attend BMS 300 weekly study groups once a week for 10 weeks and gain 5 points of extra credit!
8. Participate in other applicable TILT workshops (schedule found online) to strengthen your skills in note-taking, etc.
9. Consider a “team” note-taking approach—find a trustworthy friend to draw and color the diagrams, while the other person writes down all the information being shared.
10. Utilize additional tutoring support through Eagle Feather Tutoring - http://www.nass.colostate.edu/

 

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